Jenya Mironava

Jenya Mironava

Ph.D. candidate in Slavic Languages and Literatures
Mironava

Dissertation Title: "Redefining Ornamentalism: Text as the Space of Time in Khlebnikov, Remizov, and Nabokov

Website: https://scholar.harvard.edu/mironava/home

Education: 

MA, Comparative Slavic and East European Literatures and Cultures, UNC Chapel Hill, 2013
BA, Russian Language and Culture, International Studies (International Politics, Russian and East European Studies), UNC Chapel Hill, 2011

Interests: 

  • language and time, time of/in language and language of time
  • "mapping" literature, digital humanities
  • emigre literature, Russian Berlin of the 1920s
  • memory and literature, memory of/in literature, intertextuality 
  • pauses, ellipses, gaps, and silences, syncopes
  • poetry of prose, and prose in poetry

 

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